New Contract Awarded in Warwickshire

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Integrity has been chosen to provide security and facilities services to a prominent multi-tenanted business park in Warwickshire.  The contract commences this month and the instruction was awarded by a world leading property management company who are already very familiar with Integrity’s high standards of customer service.

Integrity Achieves Approved Supplier Status to CBRE

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Everyone at Integrity is delighted that the Company has been chosen by CBRE as an Approved Supplier.  CBRE is the world’s leading commercial real estate advisor. With over 300 offices in more than 50 countries, they have more consultants advising more customers than any other property firm. Long term and trusted relationships with their Clients are the foundation upon which their success is built. This indeed mirrors Integrity’s  philosophy in delivering innovative solutions and practical advice. By actively listening to the requirements of Client we aim to meet if not exceed the Clients’ expectations, no matter how demanding the challenge.

New Contract Awarded in West Midlands

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Integrity Security has been awarded the contract to provide security services to the prestigious Solihull Riding Club.  The Club was founded nearly seventy years ago and is thought to be the longest-established Riding Club in the United Kingdom. The Club regularly hosts major equestrian events at its 220 acre site and its facilities are used by the sport’s big names from all around the UK. This is seen by Integrity as an excellent opportunity to raise our profile and reputation amongst the local business community even further.

Approved Supplier to West Midlands Fire Service

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Integrity continue to expand our presence within the Public Sector by becoming an Approved Supplier to West Midlands Fire Service. This highly regarded professional organisation puts security at the forefront of what it does and the Integrity Team are delighted to support them in this endeavour into the future.

Cashless Scrap Metal Trade

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Integrity backs the e-petition for cashless scrap metal sales.

Due to a significant rise in value, metal has become a much sought after commodity. This increased demand has resulted in a sharp rise in metal theft nationally. Metal fencing, gates, manhole covers and other metallic items are stolen on a regular basis. Property is raided for lead, copper and cabling. War memorials and statues have been taken. Overhead power lines are stolen at serious risk to personal safety with huge costs for replacement and major inconvenience to the public. Historically the scrap metal trade has been a cash in hand industry. This creates difficulties as there is no audit trail, making identification of individuals who may be trading stolen metal or who may be committing tax or benefits fraud, a difficult proposition. An amendment to the Scrap Metal Merchants Act 1964 to prohibit cash transactions would make payment by cheque or directly into a bank account mandatory and would be a significant component in reducing metal theft.

Integrity Achieves ACS Success

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Integrity Security has achieved accreditation with the Security Industry Authority (SIA) via the Approved Contractor Scheme (ACS).

The ACS Standard encompasses all aspects of a security provider’s operation. It takes a holistic view of how well an organisation is managed and an approved organisation must demonstrate to an independent assessor, on an annual basis, that it has met defined standards

As part of the ACS audit, the Company was assessed on 89 individual indicators of achievement, Integrity hold SIA approved contractor status for the provision of both Security Guarding & Key Holding  services.

Out of 2,522 companies that operate in the security field, around 650 are registered with ACS. Taking that into account and coupled with the audit score Integrity’s performance sits within the top 20 per cent of security firms in the UK as a whole.

Integrity – Committed to Excellence

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Integrity have been invited to embark on the process of achieving the Investors in Excellence Standard.

The Standard is an internationally recognised mark of quality. It provides a proven framework for achieving continuous improvement as well as ongoing success and sustainability.

This independent endorsement shows employees, customers and other valued stakeholders that an organisation truly is committed to excellence.

Chairman, Alan Jones OBE, said “In today’s economic climate a firm commitment to excellence is the best way forward”

Shared Success between Integrity & West Midlands Police

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Co-operation between an Integrity CCTV Control Room Officer, our duty Regional Support Supervisor and West Midlands Police has led to the arrest of two persons in West Bromwich.

The incident occurred in the early hours of 24th August 2011 when the CCTV operator spotted a suspicious transit van and radioed the Regional Support Supervisor to assist. Integrity’s Supervisor was on the scene in minutes and able to relay the vehicles registration to the control room who were already on the phone to the local police.

The two men arrested are expected in court soon.

New Contract Award

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Integrity Security has been chosen to provide security and facilities services to a prominent multi-tenanted building in Bristol.

The contract commences this month and the instruction was made by a large national property management company who are already very familiar with Integrity’s high standards of customer service.

It is anticipated that further premises will be added in Swindon and Cirencester shortly.

Increased Out of Hours Patrols

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Integrity Security has been appointed by a family owned and independent Midlands based property company to provide out of hours security patrols at one of their retail developments based in Birmingham.

Before Integrity were tasked with providing the security service the site had previously experienced problems with both anti-social behaviour and criminal damage.

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